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Trial Submissions

Trials are basically tasks you have to perform. A trial is composed out of a prompt, and a varying number of tasks. Pray to your Dice Gods. Help us torment one another!

Here is an example of a prompt:
Slowly, the light is leached from your vision, until only a thin line of painfully bright, red fluorescence is left searing your retinas. Nothing is spoken aloud, but you feel the disembodied current sweep through you, leaving traces of a sticky black tar in your soul. To cleanse yourself of this filth and convince the Rift to aid you, you must…

A prompt must end with "...".

Here is an example of a task:
Help another tell a destructive lie.

Tasks can have options, such as:
Collect x, y, or z

Tasks can also be formatted as:
Collect x, y, and z -- provided x, y, and z are closely related.

A task cannot be:
Go to Ultima, then go drown yourself in Akvo City. Those are two too separate commands.

A task cannot be "undoable", such as kill yourself, kill your best friend, get sucked into the whirlpools of Riptide Isles, etc.

Tasks can be of varying difficulty. HTML is accepted in the entries (no MyCode, please), but if you use HTML in your entry, please put it in the "code box" for easy copy-pasting.

Go wild, my creative little devils!

Proximo, are you in danger of becoming a good man?